"We Should Love Everyone"
Love the example of eight-year-old Jake. He has the courage to stand up and ask tough questions of faith leaders who aren’t welcoming all who want to worship. Check out Jake's letter.Read more
Introducing: The PA Fairness Act
Right now in Pennsylvania, our friends and family can be fired from their job or refused service at businesses, because of who they love. That’s wrong. And we can’t stand for it.Read more
Welcoming the pope without condoning discrimination
As the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection, Philadelphia should send a signal that discrimination has no place in our borders.
A lifelong city resident, Jim Kenney grew up the oldest of four in a South Philadelphia rowhouse neighborhood. His father, a firefighter, and his mother, a homemaker, worked second jobs at The Inquirer and The Spectrum to put Jim and his four siblings through parochial school. In high school, Jim delivered the paper in the morning and washed dishes after school as a member of Local 274, earning his first union card at 17. After graduating from St. Joe's Prep, Jim worked his way through La Salle University and became the first in his family to graduate from college.Read more